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Jane F French LLC Content Marketing

Content Marketing: 4 articles for a project management software company

1. Why marketing teams need better collaboration and how to improve it

2. The 5 biggest time wasters killing your marketing team’s productivity and how to fix them

3. How to successfully manage your distributed marketing team

4. How to design a great project request project


Links provided on request. May-June 2019


Applying my professional experience, I researched and wrote draft-to-finished copy on the above topics. In the client's voice and on time.

Fall Prevention Strategies for Older Adults with Dogs Jane F French LLC Freelance Writer

Fall Prevention Strategies for Older Adults with Dogs: Reduce risks while enjoying the many benefits of dog ownership

Medium. March 27, 2019


For older adults, the consequences of a fall can be life-altering. Adding dog ownership to the mix requires extra strategies to reduce risk while enjoying companionship and health benefits.


Years ago, our dog charged into me from behind while playing with a neighbor’s dog and I ended up at the orthopedist for knee pain. When asked what brought me in, I thought my explanation was unique. Without missing a beat my doctor said, “We LOVE dogs. Patients getting tripped up or knocked over are about one-third of our business.” Fortunately, my knee and ego were only bruised and I set out to learn more about my dog and fall prevention strategies: (read full article at Medium)

Falls and Older Adults: There IS something you can do Jane F French LLC Freelance Writer

Falls and Older Adults: There IS something you can do

Northwest Center for Creative Aging (NWCCA), Featured Resource. February 2019:


Most adults envision retirement age as a chance to pursue new interests, careers, volunteering, and travel. As people age, however, the likelihood of sustaining an injury as a result of a fall increases. More than 95% of hip fractures are caused by falling – usually by falling sideways – and falls are also the most common cause of traumatic brain injuries (TBI). One out of five falls experienced by older adults causes a serious injury, making it hard for a person to get around, do everyday activities, or live on their own. Even if they’re not injured, many people become afraid of falling and cut down on everyday activities. Ironically, when older people are less active, they become weaker, thus increasing the chances of falling.


The good news: Research shows that falls are not an inevitable part of aging. There are things people can do to reduce falls and maintain an active, engaged lifestyle (read full article at NWCCA).